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There are 300+ Registered Apprenticeship Programs in Colorado



Who is responsible for the registration of apprenticeship programs in Colorado?

In Colorado, apprenticeships are registered with Apprenticeship Colorado at the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.

What kind of assistance can I receive to help me develop a Registered Apprenticeship Program in Colorado?

At no cost to your organization, the Apprenticeship Colorado‚Äôs Program Development Specialist Team will work with you to: 

  • Understand the registered apprenticeship training and employment model
  • Determine if a registered apprenticeship is a good fit for your company
  • Develop and register your program from start to finish with Apprenticeship Colorado
  • Connect you with resources to manage your program and diversify your recruitment efforts
  • Connect you with state partners who specialize in youth apprenticeship, licensed occupations, and collegiate apprenticeships to enhance your program
What other benefits can my organization receive when working with Apprenticeship Colorado?

Apprenticeship Colorado offers a free service to employers interested in registering their program. By taking the steps to register, employers and other organizations have access to:

  • National Credential for Apprentices
  • National Recognition 
  • High-Quality Standards 
  • Ongoing Free, Customized Support 
  • State and Federal Resources 
  • Recruitment Benefits for Veterans
Did you know?
  • Multiple employers can create a single program
  • Interested employers can join an existing program
  • Programs can be designed for training internal staff (upskilling)


Program Development Specialist Regions


The Program Development Team provides potential and existing Sponsors and their partners with the support necessary to decide if apprenticeship is right for their organization and assist in designing a high-quality program.  Program Development Specialists work with Sponsors and our education and workforce development partners to align apprenticeship design with the future of work.